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This is technically impossible to achieve in the current version of iOS. Though, you may want to try this trick which isn't right what you'd like to do, but may be a way around: Tap the address bar and type whatever you want to search Copy what you've just typed Tap on cancel in order to get back to your current open webpage When you're done and you want ...


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Replace your link with this one: itms://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewRadioStation?id=ra.978194965 You can open it without open your safari. Of course, only works with iTunes installed.


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OS X is a bit different. After putting the application itself in the trash, you should probably use safari preferences to remove the extension. Once you do that you do that, you might want to log out and back in. Then empty the trash. Alternatively you can look in the library folders - use finder go menu and choose "Go to Folder" and look in both below ...


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Blocking right-click in browser is usually accomplished by using JavaScript. To prevent it, you can either: Install a JS-blocking plugin (like JS Blocker). It will likely block other scripts from running too, so you need to customise it. Especially if content is also displayed with the usage of scripts. Enable Show Develop menu in menu bar (in Safari -> ...


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Your history is cleared automatically per your setting in (Safari) Preferences → General: To clear your history manually, go to Safari → Clear History….


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Turns out I had disable styles checked


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I do not believe it is possible. Apple makes it very clear that, in order to protect your privacy, they cannot see what you buy with ApplePay. So there is no way ApplePay could be used to look up past purchases.


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option key + left arrow also works for El Capitan.


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The menu command to go back a page is "History" > "Back". The command key equivalent is ⌘[


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Some websites' 'copy to clipboard' buttons require Adobe Flash Player depending on your browser. Make sure flash is installed and up-to-date; see if that helps.


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You should be able to get back the regular "the address couldn't be found" text page after removing level3.com from the smart search function or completely disabling this feature: Open Safari > Preferences > Search Click Manage Websites… Either remove level3.com or all websites listed Or disable Enable Quick Website Search completely Restart Safari


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Investigate whatever your ISP provides to turn off NXDOMAIN redirects. This has nothing to do with your computer.



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